1. сущ.
1) рассуждение, умозаключение cogent, logical, plausible, solid, faulty reasoning ≈ ошибочное рассуждение Her reasoning that the crime had been committed elsewhere proved to be true. ≈ Ее заключение о том, что преступление было совершено где-то в другом месте, оказалось верным. deductive reasoning inductive reasoning shrewd reasoning specious reasoning Syn : deduction, induction, inference, ratiocination
2) объяснения;
аргументация, доказательство Syn : argumentation
2. прил. мыслящий, способный к рассуждению рассуждение, логический ход мысли - power of * способность рассуждать аргументация, доводы, доказательства;
объяснения - there is no * with her ее не переубедишь, ей не втолкуешь;
ее не переспоришь bottom-up ~ вчт. индуктивный вывод common-sense ~ рассуждение здравого смысла default ~ вчт. рассуждение по умолчанию non-monotonic ~ немонотонное рассуждение nonmonotonic ~ немонотонный вывод ~ объяснения;
the pupils understood the teacher's reasoning ученики поняли объяснения учителя reasoning pres. p. от reason ~ мыслящий, способный рассуждать ~ объяснения;
the pupils understood the teacher's reasoning ученики поняли объяснения учителя ~ рассуждение ~ in support of the judgment основания вынесенного решения

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